FRIDAY, JULY . 26, 1907.
SANTA m 5 JCTV MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N. JL
The New Mexican Printing Cotnpan)
has prepared civil and criminal dock
eta especlall for the use of Justice
of the peace. They are especial.':
ruled, with printed headings, In elthe
Spanish or English, made of good rec
ord paper, strongly' and durably bound
with leather back and covers and can
vas, sides, have full index In front and
the fees of Justices of the peace and
constables printed in full on the first
page. The pages are 10x6 Inches.
These books are made up tn civil and
criminal dockets, separate of 82
ages each, or with both civil and
criminal bound in one book, 80 pages
civil and 320 pages criminal. To in
troduce them they, pre offered at the
following low prices:.
Civil or crlmln&i 12.76
Combined civil and criminal.... $4.80
For 45 nents additional for a single
docket, or 55 cent .dditional for a
combination docket, they will be sent
by mall or prepaid express. Cash in
full must accompany order. State
laluiy whether English or Spanish
printed heading 1b wanted.
Herewith are some Darga?ns offered
by the New Mexican Printing Com
pany: Code of Civil Procedure of the
Territory of New Mexico, 1897, sheep
bound, $1; pppor bound, 75c; Missouri
Pleading forms, .',6; Missouri Code
Pleadings, $6; the two for $10; Adapt
ed to New Mexico Code, Laws of New
Mexico, 1899, 1901, and 1903, English
and Spanish pamph'ot, $2.25; full
leather, $3; Gherls Flexible-Cover
Pocket Docket, single, $1.25; two or
more books, $1 each; New Mexico Su
preme Court Reports, Nos. 3 to 10, in
clusive $3.30 each; Compilation Cor
poration Laws 75c; Compilation Miw
leg Laws, 50c; Money's Digest of
New Mexico Reports, full sheep, $6.50;
full list school blanks.
Santa Fe People Are Doing All They
Can for Fellow Sufferers.
Santa Fe testimony has been pub
lished to prove the merit of Doan's
Kidney Pills to others In Santa Fe
who suffer from bad backs and kidney
ills. Lest any sufferer doubt that the
cures made by Doan's Kidney Pills are
thorough and lasting, we produce con
firmed proof statements from Santa
Fe-people saying that the cures they
told of years ago were permanent.
Here's a Santa Fe case:
Ruperto Martinez, living at 10C Grif
fin Street, Santa Fe., N. M., says:
"Some five years ago I was a good
deal troubled with pain in my back
and had been off and onHver since I
was a young man. I had difficulty
with the kidney secretions and there
was a severe scalding sensation ac
companying them. Procuring Doan's
Kidney Pills at Ireland's drug store I
took them and they cured me. My
back was made as strong as ever, the
kidneys were normal and natural and
I have not had any trouble since.
When I notice a slight symptom of
the trouble returning Doan's Kidney
Pills never fall to remove the diffi
culty immediately. I have nothing
but words of praise for them and it
gives me pleasureto re-endorse them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents.; Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
The New Mexican can do printing
equal to that dono in any of the large
cities. Our solicitor: Every piece of
work we turn out Try our work once
tod sou wlU eralnLr coma again.
Try a New Mexican want ad.
NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE
KOSWBLL, NBW MHI1CO.
THE MILITARY SCHOOL OF NEW MEXICO
Established and Supported by the Territory.
BIGHT MBN INSTRUCTORS, all graduates of Standard Eastern
Col I eg ss. New buddings, -all furnishings aBdequlpmentsjraodern and com
plete; steam-heated, electrltyllghted, baths, water-works, all conveniences.
TUITION, BOARD and LAUNDRY, $250 per session. Session Is
three terms of thirteen week: each.-'
SOSWELL is a noted health resort, 3,700 feet above ea level; well
watered. Sunshine Bverydayfrom September to June.
REGENTS Nathan Jaffa, W M Seed, W. M. Atkinson, W. A.
Finlay and E. A. Cahoon '
For particulars address COL. J, W, WILLSCN, Supt. 1
0J0 CALIEJVTE fjOT SPRINGS.
These Celebrated . Hot Springs are
located in the midst of the Ancient
Cliff Dwellers, twenty-five miles west
of Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa
Fe, and about twelve miles from Bar
anca Station, on the Denver & Rio
Grande Railway, from which point a
dally line of stages runs to the springs.
The temperature of these waters is
from 90 to 122 degrees. The gases are
carbonic. Altitude, 6,000 feet. Climate
very dry and delightful the -year
round. There is now a commodious
kotel for the convenience of invalids,
and tourists. People suffering with
consumption, cancer, and other con
tagious diseases, are not accepted.
These waters contain 1,686.24 grains
of alkaline salts to the gallon, being
the richest alkaline Hot Springs In
the world. The efficacy of these wat
era has been thoroughly tested by
the miraculous cures attested to in the
following diseases: Paralysis, Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Malaria,' Bright'a
Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and
Mercurial Affections, Scrofula, Catarrh,
La Grippe, all Femal I! .mplaints, etc.,
etc. Board, lodging aud bathing $2.50
per day; 15 per week; $50 per
month. Stage meets Denver trains
and waits for Santa Fe train upon re
quest. This resort is attractive at all
seasons and is open all winter. Pas
sengers for Oja Callente can leave
Santa Fe at 9 a. m., and reach Ojo
Callente at 4 p. m. the same day.
Fare for round trip from Santa Fe to
Ojo Caliente, $7.40. For further par
ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor.
Ojo Callente. Taos County, N .M
DIAMONDS H. C. YQNTZ WATCHES
TO BORE FOR
OIL NEAR GALLUP
Eyes Tested and
RIGHT GOODS iv.n&wl, Fjtted by Upto.
RIGHT SERVICE JEWELRY Date Methods
Value of the Trans-Pecos Basin Soon
to Be Determined Prospects Are
v Very Encouraging.
MoKinley County has entered the
race for oil honors. During the past
two weeks three companies have
been formed to prospect for oil In the
vicinity of Gallup. A number of ex
perts who have visited the Gallup
field are impressed with the geolog
ical formations of the district, which,
they seem t think, warrant a thor
ough prospecting for oil.
The Gallup. Oil and Land Company
and the Crescent Oil and Land Com
pany are the two companies lately
formed to exploit the district. The of
ficers of the Gallup Company are John
Bowie, president;. Peter Kitchen, vice
president; F. P. Kendrick, general
manager; W. H. Morris, treasurer; L.
E. Gould, secretary. Enough money
has been subscribed by the members
to complete the organization, make
necessary surveys and carry on other
Indications of oil have, been found
in Reeves, Brewster, Pecos and El
Paso Counties, In Texas, and in the
Pecos Valley of New Mexico.
Sufficient work has not been done
to determine the extent or the value
of the oil fields, but the recent forma
tion of a number of companies Indi
cates that the future of the New
Mexico oil fields will soon be determined.
Kodol will nourish and strengthen
your digestive organs and furnish the
natural digestive juices for your stom
ach. It will make you well. Kodol
digests what you eat. Sold by The
NEW RAILROAD FROM
TEXICO TO TUCUMCARI.
CUT GLASS, CHINA AND SILVERWARE
.246 San Francisco St. Santa, Fe, N. M.
OTTO RETSCH, Proprietor.
PABST'S BLUE RIBBON Tike Beer of Quality.
ANY QUANTITY FROM A PINT UP.
Pine Vlnes, Liquors and cigars.
WEST SIDE OF PLAZA t i i SANTA FE, N..M
J. W. AW YES & COMPANY
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
AGENCY AMERICAN SURETY CO.
Judicial and Fidelity Bonds
Laughlln Block SANTA FE N M.
Texico, N. M., July 2C At an en
thusiastic mass meeting held here
Texico business men and citizens de
cided to at once organize a company
to build a road from Texico to Tu-
cumcarl, a distance of about 80 miles
A committee consisting of Messrs. J
M. Hamlin, J. M. Kindred, S. F. Wood
ing and Mart Roberson was appointed
to confer with Tucumcari people
with a view of gaining their co-op
eration. Such a railroad line would
connect the Santa Fe at Texico and
the Rock Island at Tucumcari, and
afford an outlet for the Dawson coal
fields to Texico and eastern New
Mexico and southwestern Texas. A
fine agricultural country will be trav
ersed and four townsites will be lo
cated. The land on the route is all
good and recently surveyed.
The only apparent difficulty to be
surmounted will be the scaling of a
hundred foot drop known as Cape
Rock, which is about midwaybetween
the two points and even that may bo
avoided by making a slightly circuit
tous route thereabouts. There is no
doubt as to the commercial value of
such a road.
Already between $50,000 and $75,000
have been pledged by local parties for
the new road.
ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC SYSTEM
El Paso. Texas, July 2C Tiie
Southern Pacific Railway Company is
Installing telegraphones over its lines
in New Mexico and Arizona for the
convenience of the service and gen
eral business. With one of these in
struments a superintendent can talk
with any station or section point from
the train to the office or from his mo
tor car. All that Is necessary is to
throw a temporary wire over the tele
sraph wire and attach a ground wire
I'J a rail and any office can be called
anywhere aloiur the line, each havinc
a-different signal. The Instruments
work successfully and do not in the
least Interfere- with telegraoh mes
sages that may be going over the
wire at the same time.
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup, Contains no opiates. It drives
the cold out of the system by gently
moving the bowels. Contains Honey
and Tar and tastes nearly as good as
maple syrup. Children like It. , Sold
by The Ireland Pharmacy.
GUARDSMAN ATTEMPTS v
TO MURDER COOK
Las Vegas, N. M., July 26. A trag
edy was narrowly averted at the Na
tional Guard camp grounds here yes
terday, where the Territorial militia
men are In annual encampment when
T. F. Cox, a member of the Silver City
Company ran amuck with a bayonet
and made an unsuccessful attempt on
the life of one of the camp cooks. Cox,
who it is alleged was intoxicated,
lunged at the defenseless cook with a
bayonet and but for the prompt action
of several of his comrades, would have
committed murder. After a hard
struggle he was overpowered and
brought to this city and placed in jail.
He will be returned to Silver City Sat
urday, where he will be court-martialed.
- When there Is the slightest Indica
tion of Indigestion, heart burn, flatu
lence or any form of stomach trouble
take a little Kodol occasionally and
you will get prompt relief. Sold by
The Ireland Pharmacy.
COL. ALEXANDER BRODIE
RETURNING TO UNITED STATES
Phoenix, Ariz.,' July. 26 Colonel
Alexander O. Brodle and Mrs. Brodie
will arrive in San Francisco this week
from Manila, they having sailed from
Manila on June 14. Colonel Brodie
will go. direct to the headquarters of
the Dakotas at Fort Snelllng, Minne
sota. He has been In the Philippines
two years and the last three months
of his service was spent in China and
Japan on a tour in which he was ac
companied by Mrs. .Brodie. Their
many Arizona friends will be glad that
they are back in the United States.
" The best remedy for backache,
weak j kidnevs. infammatlon of the
bfadder is De Witt's Kidney and Blad
der Pills. Their action is prompt and
sure. A week's treatment for ; 25c.
Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. ,
Butchers' shipping certificates, such
aa are required by law, printed In
blank form by the New Mexicaa
LIST OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF
SANTA FE COUNTY, NEW MEX
ICO FOR 1906-1907.
Dist. 1. .Tuan Trulilln plinlrmnn-
Encarnaelon Salazar, secretary; Efren
quintana, treasurer; Pojoaque, N. M.
Dist. 2. Max Roibal, chairman;
.Tuan D. Dominguez, secretary; Man
uel R, Dominguez, treasurer; Tesnque,
Dist. !. Ilitrnio Martinez, chairman:
Telesfero Rivera, secretary, Juan Lil
ian y Martinez, treasurer; Santa Fe,
Dist. 4. Juan M. Martinez, chair
man; Valentin Montoya, secretary;
Santa Fe, N. M.
Dist. 5. Felix Lopez, chairman;
Manuel Ortiz, secretary: Emiterio
Romero, treasurer; Santa Fe, N. M.
Dist. C. German Pino, chairman;
Trinidad Alarid, secretary; Erineo
Marez, treasurer; Santa Fe, N. M.
Dist. 7. F. Palmer, chairman; W.
A. Brown, secretary; Los Cerrillos,
Dist. 8. Jose Leon Madril, chair
man; Pedro Ortiz y Pino, secretary;
Ventura Barros, treasurer; Galisteo
Dist. 9. Cres. Serna. chairman:
Eleuterio Gonzales, secretary; Felipe
Roybal, treasurer San Ildefonso, N. M
Dist. 11. J. D. Hart, chairman; J
B. Livisay, secretary; Nick Montoya
treasurer; Golden, N. M.
Dist. 12, Jose Tudesques, chairman;
John Pflueger, secretary; Patricio
Chavez, treasurer; Lamy, N. M.
Dist. 13. Andres Garcia, chairman;
Jesus Gonzales y Roibal, secretary;
Glofieta, N. M.
Dist. 14. Juan B. Romero, chair
man; Epimenio Romero, secretary;
Canuto Ortiz, treasurer; Nambe, N. M.
Dist. 15. Desiderario Ortiz, chair
man; Julian Ortiz, secretary; Anasta
cio Roibal treasurer; Nambe, N. M.
Dist. 16. Avaristo Trujillo, chair
man; Benito Lujan, secretary; Julian
Roibal, treasurer; Pojoaque, N. M.
Dist. 17. Ben Cunningham, chair
man; Manuel Arranda, secretary;
Amado Mora, treasurer; San Pedro,
Dist. 18. R. C. Halterman, chair
man; Alfredo Lucero, secretary; Ra
fael Mestas, treasurer; Santa Cruz,
Dist 19. Vivian Garcia, chairman;
Eulogio Sandoval, secretary; Cow
Springs, N. M.
Dist. 20. Reyes Naran jo. chairman;
Victor Ortega, secretary; Reyes Or
tega, treasurer; Chimayo, N. M.
Dist. 23. A. A. Gurule, chairman;
D. L. Williams, secretary; Robert
Clokey, treasurer; Glorieta, N. M.
Dist; 24. Albino Valencia, cnair-
man: Enriquez Varela, secretary;
Hipolito Roibal, treasurer; Kennedy,
Dist. 25. Jesus Velarde, chairman;
Pablo Tapla, secretary; Epimenio
Montano, treasurer; Santa Fe, N. M.
Dist. 26. Rumaldo Benavides, chair
man: Anastacio Ortega, secretary;
Vicente Jimenez, treasurer; Santa Fe,
Dist. 27. Robert Archibald, chair
man; Fred Alarid secretary; John
Shafer. treasurer: Madrid, N. M.
r . m
Dist. 28. Jose R. Qulntanna, chair
man; Petrolino Lopez, secreatry; Mu-
logto Mestas, treasurer; Santa Cruz,
Dist. 29. Martin Lujan, chairman;
Jose Albino Montoya, secretary; El-
fego Montoya, treasurer; San Ilde
fonso, N. M.
Dist. 30. Juan Lopez, chairman;
Candelario Romero, secretary; Jose
Lopez, treasurer; Santa Fe, N. M.
t J. V. CONWAY,
Superintendent County Schools.
A well decorated window makes
good showing to people taking In tbi
sights, but advertising your wares U
the New Mexican make a better
showing and attract more attention
I 7 T7 5&
A o Las Vegas
. T4 TMorlarty Sama R f
STUDY THE MAP
The natural point on the new A., T. & S. F. Cut-off tor the distribu
tion of freight, having the advantage of the easy grades and short rr-ut
to the East and West, and direct com munlcation with all points In the
Wholesale houses are coming to W illard as soon as the Cut-off is open.
Surrounded by a fine farming coun try. The purest water in New Mexi
co. The geographical center of Tor ranee County and of New Mexico
The water point on the great A., T. & S. F. short line through New Mexl
Willard Is a growing town. Willi ard will make e City. Study the Mar
Your opportunity is there.
For Information, call on or address
FRANK L. WALRATH, REAL, ESTATE,
WILLARD, N. M.
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I Santa Fe Livery Stable
THEODORE CORRICK Proprietor. jf
! LIVERY. BOARDING AND FEED STABLE
I FIR8T-CI,A88 CARRIAGE 8 EE VICE
t GOOD SADDLE HOR8E8
V FINE R1G8 M jt &
PHONE 132. 120 SAN FRANCISCO ST. f
Special Summer Sale of
LADIES USLIJJ UNDERWEAR
White Goods, Laces and Embroideries.
ADOLPH SELIGM AN
$10 SINGERS SIO
SEWING MACHINES t
167. tan Franoto Street
Inaian ana mexican Wares aoa Curios
Blankete, Baskets, Rag, Wax,. Feather and Linen Drawn Work,
Opals, Turquoise, Garnets ana1 Other Gems.
OUR MOTTO: .To Have the Best of Everything In Our Lint.
For sick oiks. Your attention Is
called to he fact that our whiskey
Is bought in bond and purity is abso
Telephone 94. THE, CLUB.
Blank certificates of births and
deaths required to be furnished by
physicians, midwives, nurses and other
attendants at such occurrences, for
sale at the New Mexican Printing Of
fice. Low rates and In quantities to
suit, Either in the English or Span
ish languages. All orders will re
ceive prompt attention
The New Mexican Printing Company
la prepared to do the best of briei
work In short order and at very reas
onable rates. Lawyers, who desire to
have their briefs printed rapidly and
correctly and to present them to the
Supreme Court now In lesslon here
on time, should call on the New Mex
ican Printing Company.
HO FOR CLIFF DWELLERS
Parties outfitting for the Cliff Dwell,
lngs should not forget a basket, oi
liquid refreshments. No charge for
Telephone 94. - THE CLUB.
' ' For anything and everything appertaining to Printing r Bind
ing ?all on the New Mexican Printing Company. .
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Laxative Fruit Syrap
WW ANFS PHA.RMACT.
Cleaniea tht tyitsa
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches,
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